2004 Chevrolet Blazer User Reviews
2-Door 2WD LS shown
- $3,371 - $4,825
- No trim specified for this review
- It has a nice ride with the right tires
- Repair costs, trade in value, same body style, etc.
Purchased As Used
Save yourself some money if you are purchasing this vehicle as a primary mode of transportation.
The body style not changed in years nor has the engine. I have averaged about $800 a year in repairs. Today alone almost $400 for rear brakes and other smaller items.
If you do purchase upgrade the brakes. It will be worth the investment. Since purchasing in 2006 I have put front/rear brakes on at least 6 times. The Blazer is notorious for lousy brakes.
The only reason I still have it is resale value. With only 7 payments to go I barely have any equity to trade in on something better (which shouldn't be hard)
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